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12 Feb 2024

People across England are missing out on a slew of health, wellbeing and environmental benefits due to half a century of “chronic underfunding” of its streets, according to Cycling...

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ACT member and Cytech-accredited Pauls Cycles in Dereham, Norfolk has said its electric bike sales have increased by a quarter since October, despite predictions they would drop off over...

9 Feb 2024

Guy Opperman, the Minister for Roads and Local Transport at the Department for Transport, whose focuses among other things on cycling and active travel, has attended a meeting of...

2 Feb 2024

The Department for Transport (DfT) has published new information on how to safely purchase, charge and use e-bikes and e-scooters in an effort to improve consumer safety.
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30 Jan 2024

Cyclists in Warwickshire rode around the world during December as part of an initiative to encourage safe winter cycling.
 

30 Jan 2024

An  analysis of almost 380,000 people living in Scotland suggests that commuting by bike reduces the risk of mental ill-health.

30 Jan 2024

A North Yorkshire cycle shop, which has become one of the largest bike businesses in the area, is celebrating its fifteenth anniversary.

30 Jan 2024

For our latest retailer profile, we spoke with Dallas Wiseman from BikeWise & Run, a Ceredigion-based bike shop that has become a hub for cyclists in the region.

30 Jan 2024

New data from market research firm Mintel suggests the UK bicycle market could on the road to recovery, with sales of new bikes set to reach almost £1 billion this year.
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25 Jan 2024

With more than 500 cycle businesses having now signed up to its campaign for change to the Cycle to Work scheme, a delegation from the Association of Cycle Traders has met with All Party...

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'If you build it, they will come'

Posted on in Cycles News

At Hudjo we are building a network of locations for cyclists to park their bicycles. Over Christmas we had a trickle of cyclists park at Evolve in the marketplace in Kingston but we know this is just the start. 

Hudjo

So to quote a line from the 1989 Kevin Costner movie the Field of Dreams 'if you build it, they will come' we need your help. 

Firstly we want to get every cycle retailer in the country signed up with Hudjo, so an initial network is established. To quote Nicola from B Page & sons in Hinckley, "I don’t have much room, but as a bike shop, I really should be encouraging more cycling, I'll sign up with 2 slots''. 

As a host you will receive 80% of the time rate revenue for parking these bikes. If the cyclists purchases from your store they can receive the parking for free at your discretion.

Retail and revenue streams are changing, thats why we are introducing an affiliate scheme for businesses that can engage cyclists. Any cyclist that signs up to Hudjo with your free park code, your business will receive 10% of their parking fee. That is at any Hudjo in our network. 

For more information please email host@hudjo.com

 

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